Friday, June 07, 2013
A rare admission from the Washington Post.
But, Drudge did — and does — have an impact. So, it’s worth going back 15 years this week to a speech Drudge gave at the National Press Club in which he outlined his vision of the future of journalism.
Turns out, Drudge was right about where journalism was heading.
From the comments
"All the news that's fit to print." . . . Really? So if the NYT doesn't print it, nobody really needs to know about it? What arrogance. And the rest of the MSM is just parrotting the NYT so there you have it. I prefer my news unfiltered and I will decide what is important and what isn't. It's called freedom.
As for Drudge pandering to the tinfoil hat group, anybody that believes that superpower organizations like our government and the Fed can operate in total secrecy and not become corrupt, deserves exactly what is coming.